Tag: Leading

“Horse Meat Syndrome”

“Horse Meat Syndrome”

  • Gordontredgold
  • Feb 28th, 2013

The current scandal around horse meat being found in meat products in Europe got me thinking about what were the cause....

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Go tell it to the Marines

Go tell it to the Marines

  • Gordontredgold
  • Feb 24th, 2013

The following 10 Leadership Principles are looked for and trained for in the US Marines, most of these apply to all Lead....

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Leadership Legacy

Leadership Legacy

  • Gordontredgold
  • Feb 24th, 2013

As a leader what do you want your legacy to be? Do you want to be remembered as a leader who delivered great change, si....

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Leading Change

Leading Change

  • Gordontredgold
  • Feb 16th, 2013

Change is one of the toughest things to implement and this is where good leaders get to get to show that they are great.....

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Inside out

Inside out

  • Gordontredgold
  • Feb 10th, 2013

This is a great video from Zig Ziglar on the importance of attitude. What this video teaches us is that any change that....

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Leadership in the home

Leadership in the home

  • Gordontredgold
  • Feb 10th, 2013

"The task of leadership is not to put greatness into humanity, but to elicit it, for the greatness is already there. " ....

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Leading through fear!

Leading through fear!

  • Gordontredgold
  • Feb 7th, 2013

In a conversation with a couple of former colleagues recently, the conversation came round to how their bosses, or their....

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Becoming a leaders

Becoming a leaders

  • Gordontredgold
  • Jan 31st, 2013

Great simple video on what makes a leader. Being a leader isn't complicated, it isn't hard to do if your follow this ad....

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Lions don’t need to roar!

Lions don’t need to roar!

  • Gordontredgold
  • Jan 11th, 2013

Just wanted to share this video about Jim Brown, rated as one of the best people ever to play Pro football. A humble ma....

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Plan, Plan and Follow the Plan

Plan, Plan and Follow the Plan

  • Gordontredgold
  • Jan 9th, 2013

Previously I have mentioned that I think planning is one of the dying arts, especially within IT, and that we should inv....

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